ART PAPERS 46.02 - Winter 2022

ART PAPERS 46.02 - Winter 2022

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This issue explores artist practices that seek to decenter human thought or experience through interspecies collaborations, to reorient human relationships to other species, and to consider dynamics of interdependency between species. Featured texts consider artists who destabilize Anthropocentric thought by examining kinships between human constructs and the histories, patterns, or speculative realities of other forms of life.

46.02 Other Species
Table of Contents

Sarah Higgins
Editor's Letter

Natasha Marie Llorens
Liv Bugge and The Consequence of Touching Oil

Sherae Rimpsey
Nope—A Certain Tendency of the Immaterial

Xenia Benivolski 
PassengerMigration Patterns of the Living and Those of the Dead

Christopher Robert Jones
different ways to describe the ends of things // notes on Laurie Anderson


Serubiri Moses

It Shall Not Be Named
Carlos Motta: Your Monsters, Our Idols 
Wexner Center for the Arts at Ohio State 
Columbus, Ohio

Park Myers
Refined Vision: Monira Al Qadiri
Blaffer Art Museum, Houston

EC Flamming
Panama Fruit Feeder Cam at Canopy Lodge
El Valle de Anton, Panama

Edward Austin Hall
The Mountain in the Sea by Ray Naylor

Sasha Cordingley
Korakrit Arunanondchai and Alex Gvojic: PRAY
Canal Street, NYC

Contributor Bios 


Elvia Wilk
Parasite (n.)